After a long standing tenure with the organization, NiP have released Adam "friberg" Friberg from his contract, the player revealed today via Twitter.
Adam "friberg" Friberg stepped down from NiP's active roster in June, when the Swedish organization replaced him with the 19-year-old talent Fredrik "REZ" Sterner. Shortly after his release, friberg did reveal that he is open to a move to North America, but not much has been talked about what his next step would be since.
Following a stint as a part of the broadcast crew at ESL One Cologne 2017, where he broke down the action on the analyst desk, friberg revealed that he is still hungry for titles and that he is looking for new opportunities, as NiP released him from his contract.
"The last couple of weeks I've been thinking a lot about what I want to do, keep on playing or try something else. I still feel the hunger and will to keep on playing CSGO at the top level, put in those extra hours to be able to lift a trophy again."
"After talking with NiP, they have agreed to release me from my contract and put me out as a free agent for the coming season. After being part of the organisation since it's rebirth in 2012 it will be strange to not represent them while playing, both the organisation and players will still have a big place in my heart."
"If you have an offer you can reach me on Twitter DM or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org"
With many teams looking to make changes in the off season, both in Europe and North America, the experienced Swede could be getting some interesting offers in the coming weeks.